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Simple change to your golf takeaway

Simple change to your golf takeaway

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Hey everybody Danny Maude here, thanks for joining us, can a simple change to your golf takeaway, really help you hit driver straighter and longer well. It was certainly the case for two of my students this week, craig comes to see me hitting a great big booming slice with his driver.

Why? Because in the takeaway he wasn’t managing the clubface as a byproduct of that when he finally came back down to impact the club face was wide open and he sliced it. Once we fixed that with a real, easy golf drill, he simply hit the ball.

So much straighter, then, just yesterday, mike from london, comes up to see me mike’s, hitting the golf ball straight, but he was putting the club in an inefficient position in the backswing because of the takeaway that meant he had to make all these Different compensations in the downswing, which was kind of wasting energy and as a byproduct, he lost distance.

In fact, by the time we finished with just a simple change, we had to look 20 yards to his 6 iron really really easily. Now, in this week’s trend, i’m going to share with you what we did. I’m gonna share with you exactly the things that you need to be looking for in a takeaway, i’m gonna and show you how to achieve it with three very, very straightforward golf drills before i do, though, look If you’re new to the channel and it’s, one of your first videos of mine, please consider subscribing press that little bell button.

Next subscribe button, you get notified every time. I release a video just like this one plus look. If you do enjoy the video there’s, a free practice plan in the description box below i & # 39. Ll also put it in the top comment as well, so just download it it’s complete for free you, don’t, have to remember a thing so take away.

Why is it important? What are we? What are we supposed to do in a golf takeaway? Well, like any golf backswing, it has two purpose, two purposes you want to return. This club face don’t you to straight to square, so you can hit much straighter shots.

The second thing you want to hit a decent distance as well. So therefore, the backswing is designed to you want to get the backswing in a position which is efficient enough to simply deliver that club straight to that ball and powerfully what both mike and craig were doing, and i see with so so many golfers they weren’t managing the mass, the big lump of metal and they certainly weren’t managing the face.

What they were doing was this: they were rolling the face open, so the face was literally doing this and they were throwing the masks behind them. Now this has a couple of factors. Clearly, you’ve opened up the face, so that’s.

Obviously a big problem, because if you the face, is open, you’re, going to have to know somehow roll the wrists. That’s, going to be difficult to time on the way through. So it’s going to affect your accuracy, but the mass is probably one of the biggest things when you throw the mass behind you here.

What was craig was doing. He was reacting to that mass, throwing the mass somewhere back because, obviously, if you masses behind you here, you’re, not playing baseball, so you’re going to go and on the balls down there.

Mass comes over. You come over the top, you swing over the top and you hit these great big slices. So clearly, if you manage that might manage this much better but because he was trying to manage it, he did manage.

It quite well hit the ball pretty straight, but that’s, a lot of wasted energy that he was losing. So what do we do? Well, i & # 39. Ll, show you the positions we want to get into and i’ll. Show you how we do this.

We want to keep the club as one lever, so we want a very much a coordinated move away. At no stage look am i throwing this mass around. This lead arm and club are forming a lever, and i’m, not going to activate that lever in any shape or form.

If i activate it here too much the golf club gets thrown behind me and we open the face. So we’re, going to keep that lever completely intact here, all right now the checkpoints you want to be looking for look at this here when we get to almost this position here.

The club face look is parallel with my spine angle. I haven’t rotated it at all. As you take the club back further, you & # 39. Ll then see it’s completely in line with my foot. These are kind of simple checkpoints, but they are checkpoints.

They’re checkpoints in time. What we’re, not trying to do. I’m, not trying to achieve this line without, which is what i see with so many people. When you try and achieve this line, people start to slide towards it.

They start to tilt towards it. This line is just a snapshot in time. The golf swing is an arc as we’re moving it back to here. Look, it is a line, but just a microsecond later it’s off that line, and it’s working up here.

So remember that very, very important. So here’s, the first exercise we want to try and work on for now managing the club face and the mass here’s. What we’re going to do, we’re, going to drop. We’re, going to get a little kink.

Look in this lead arm. Here i’m, going to literally drop it most people when they’re, throwing the mass away the handle gets very, very high. So we’re going to push this handle down, get a little kink here.

Push the handle down now from here. What we’re going to do is just with your lead down. Just simply keep your butt end very close to your trail leg as you move, this coordinate and motion away with just one hand.

Now i’ve, put a tee peg in just as a guide here you could do this as well. Just moving the club backwards and forward just with your right hand after you’ve done this once or twice bring your trail hand in make some measurement motions right.

You could do this this way around or you could do it. The other way around. You could take your trail hand, you could simply look at this move. The club away. Look i & # 39. Ve got my checkpoint here.

Everything is parallel with my spine. I haven’t rolled the wrist in any shape or form. I’ve literally worked it away as one unit and then what i can do, look do that once or twice and then bring my lead hand in once.

I’ve got a rhythm of this, take it to the top and then away we go. Let & # 39. S have a look at simply that in action. So i might do a few of these just kind of get the sensation. One two put my right hand in here: get a feel for this and then away we go.

This is drill number one, so nice and simple shot it’s pretty straight a bit long, but not too bad okay. So we could just simply do that simple exercise. Okay, now there’s. One thing i’ve got two more drills there’s; one thing that can get in the way of this and it’s.

A misconception in the way you move your body now a lot of people who i see do this misinterpret the word turn often we’re, trying to turn in a golf swing and watch this. The golfing really isn’t a turn.

It’s, a pivot when people try to turn they start to turn their shoulders. This leads shoulder, gets high, the right shoulder gets low and that throws the club behind it creates this type of action turn, and this is just slice yeah very inefficient.

Watch what really happens in golf golf is a pivot. It pivots it works in straight lines. It looks like i’m. Turning, i am, but it’s. Force is going in straight lines. My lead shoulder goes down. My trail.

Shoulder goes up, i aren’t. Turning, so much does that make sense. So look at this: it’s, a pivot yeah and i believe a pivot is different to a turn. Turning is this great? Maybe if you’re playing baseball, but in golf we’re going at golf ball here now.

This makes a big difference. Doesn’t it because if, if you’re trying to do this movement and in you’re, also trying to kind of turn it’s, you’re, almost almost certainly going to do this. So what we want to do now is imagine doing the same thing now, with a pivot, suddenly look.

The club is going to work more up in position versus around because you’re, seeing the club in a pivotal swing. Should i say in a pivot here now, so just even that alone doing these exercises here just start to imagine the club now watch this when i get to here.

Look if i see the club as a pivot, what’s going to happen? The club’s going to work up a bit more now as a poster watch around yeah, i’m working here. Look and then i’m, going to work it up as a pivot and then back down.

Let’s, have a look at this in action. Nice and simple should be nice, and straight looks like i’ve got a bit too much club yeah a little bit long, not too bad, though okay, so simple, take away backwards and forwards.

Now drill number two, because not everyone can feel the same drill. Sometimes you’ve got to change it up a little bit, so drill number two has exactly the same purpose, but you might prefer this one over that one.

So drill number two grab a line: misty old garden cane, whatever you want and same principles right, so you still imagine the entire golf swing as a pivot. If you want to learn more about this, i’ll put it in.

I’ll, put it in the description um here and in the icard above just on rotation. So all we’re going to do here. Look i’ve, put a cane on this side of my body and i’m, going to keep it attached to my body.

Okay, so look at this here i’m, simply making a swing. Look and all i’m doing is keeping that alignment stick attached to my body. If i allow my lever to activate it’s going to come out, it’s, nice and simple, so i’m keeping.

It attached get a feel for that again. Just do one one of them and then, from here from this position, i’m going to allow it to now from this it’ll. Come off my body, i’m, going to pivot up and hey presto.

Now we come back down again it’s, going to come back to my body. One here take away pivot up back down all right. Once i & # 39, ve got a feel of that nice and simple. I can just go repeat it once or twice you see.

People like justin thomas feel the guys doing this backwards and forwards. Let’s. Have another crack at this repeat it quickly and away we go so that is drill. Number two drill number three involves a little training edge.

You might not have one of these, but if you, if you haven & # 39, t got one of these definitely worth a uh. A pickup. I’ll, put a link in the description box below wherever you are in the world. Um really useful! Till a lot of people have who have had them think they’re just like warming up aids, but i i did at one stage, but this is a great great training tool tool, big lump of metal, a big lump of weight at the end.

If you start to swing this mass around, it just gives you immediate feedback. Remember the purpose of the backswing put the mass in a position that makes it easy to work very, very important. Watch this now, i’ll, put a link to another takeaway video, where i talk about the kink in the lead wrist in this top right corner, really worth a look, but what i’m going to do here is look.

I want to manage this mass, so what i do is the handle goes down to manage the mass up everything what the mass always wants to pull the hands up when the hands come up. It throws the club inside i’m, always feeling it as a force on the grip and pushing down holding the mass up in the air watch this.

So, as i take the club back away nice and simply i’m managing the mass going back here, i’m, not allowing the mass to be thrown around get feel for this don’t. Let the mass disappear up. Pivot it up, then, i can literally let rip on the way down put the club into position, and then you can give it a rip watch the difference here.

Don’t throw the mass around because as soon as threat throwing around this hamster to rotate and we’re in our position here backwards and forwards, watch the mass and then away. We go really great feeling this one.

So, in summary, three things we’ve done here. First thing: let’s, go for what we’re after checkpoints. Here, nice and simple, we’re. Taking the club away, we’re literally want to get club face parallel to spine.

We want a coordinated move away. You’ll, often feel that your lead hand here, your forearm is underneath and your right. On your trail hand, here is more on top. This is quite a nice feeling, as you take the clubber back, you’ll, see that the grip here is very, very close to your body.

These are check points that you want to be looking for. Certainly in your takeaway. How do you go about achieving them? Well, three. Drills drill, number one single arm: drills, just simply coordinating motion, keep the butt very close to your body here.

Working the club backwards and forwards then bring the trail hand in get a sense of what you’re doing once you’ve got that feeling simply just take the club away and away. We go okay, that’s. Drill number one: pretty good drill, number two use an alignment.

Stick all you’re, going to do drill number two same principles. Nothing really changes! All you’re. Doing here is this: you’re literally keeping that alignments that connected to the body all of the time going backwards and forwards.

It’s, the same principle: it’s, just a different feeling. You might prefer this get a feel for that. Keep it connected here, eventually clear. It will go once your hands pass about your trail leg. Once you’ve got that sensation, don’t waste.

No time get yourself set and again just hit away. Okay, so, and drill number three basically obviously involves actually before i go into drill number three remember with all this at the moment. Remember the rotation keep the pivot.

The overriding factor i see with people rolling their wrists and swinging around is their misinterpretation of the golf swing. It isn’t a turn. It’s a pivot. Yes, of course the guys are turning. It looks like a turn.

It is a bit of a turn, but how they achieve. That is, forces that are going straight back and straight through we are rolling lead shoulder, goes down right trail. Shoulder goes up, it’s. A pivot motion very, very important, get more details in this video in the top right hand corner so third and finally orange whip.

Just when you & # 39, ve got a big lump behind here. It just helps you start to swing that around it gets all wobbly the shaft. You react to it. Just get yourself set work, this club away, manage the mass and then from there just simply pivot to the top and then from here look just let rip get a feel for that.

It’s as simple as that go and enjoy now. You know if you know somebody else who has an interesting looking golf swing like you heard it is possibly coming from their takeaway, so go and share this video.

If you can, of course, look if you enjoy the training don’t, forget it’s, a free practice plan in the description box below give it a thumbs up, maybe share it with one of your friends, and if of course, you’re, not already subscribed to the channel, so i can give you some more content like this next week, but until next week have a great golfing week.

Hey everybody danny rod here, thanks for joining us, can a simple change to your takeaway really help. You hit the ball straighter and longer well, it was certainly the case for two of my students this week, craig comes to see me hitting a great big booming slice with his driver.

Why? Because in the takeaway he wasn’t managing the face, as a byproduct of that when he finally came back down to impact the face was wide open and he sliced it once we fixed that with a real, easy change, he simply hit the ball.

So much straighter, then, just yesterday, mike from london, comes up to see me mike’s in the ball pretty straight, but he was putting the club in an inefficient position in the backswing because of the takeaway that meant he had to make all these Different compensations in the downswing, which was kind of wasting energy and as a byproduct, he lost distance.

In fact, by the time we finished with just a simple change, we had to look 20 yards to a six sign really really easily. Now, in this week’s trend, i’m going to share with you what we did. I’m gonna share with you exactly the things that you need to be looking for in a takeaway, i’m gonna and show you how to achieve it with three very, very straightforward drills before i do, though, look if You’re new to the channel and it’s.

One of your first videos of mine. Please consider subscribing press that little bell button. Next subscribe button. You get notified every time. I release a video just like this one plus look. If you do enjoy the video there’s, a free practice plan in the description box below i & # 39.

Ll also put it in the top comment as well, so just download it it’s complete for free you, don’t, have to remember a thing so take away. Why is it important? What are we? What are we supposed to do in a takeaway? Well, like any backswing, it has two purpose, two purposes you want to return.

This club face don’t you to straight to square, so you can hit much straighter shots. The second thing you want to hit a decent distance as well. So therefore, the backswing is designed to you want to get the backseat in a position which is efficient enough to simply deliver that club straight to that ball and powerfully what both mike and craig were doing, and i see with so so many golfers they weren’t managing the mass, the big lump of metal and they certainly weren’t managing the face.

What they were doing was this: they were rolling the face open, so the face was literally doing this and they were throwing the masks behind them. Now this has a couple of factors. Clearly, you’ve opened up the face, so that’s.

Obviously a big problem, because if you the face, is open, you’re, going to have to know somehow roll the wrists. That’s, going to be difficult to time on the way through. So it’s going to affect your accuracy, but the mass is probably one of the biggest things when you throw the mass behind you here.

What was craig was doing. He was reacting to that mass, throwing the mass somewhere back because, obviously, if you masses behind you here, you’re, not playing baseball, so you’re going to go and on the balls down there.

Mass comes over. You come over the top, you swing over the top and you hit these great big slices. So clearly, if you manage that might manage this much better but because he was trying to manage it, he did manage.

It quite well hit the ball pretty straight, but that’s, a lot of wasted energy that he was losing. So what do we do? Well, i & # 39. Ll, show you the positions we want to get into and i’ll. Show you how we do this.

We want to keep the club as one lever, so we want a very much a coordinated move away. At no stage look am i throwing this mass around. This lead arm and club are forming a lever, and i’m, not going to activate that lever in any shape or form.

If i activate it here too much the mask gets thrown behind me and we open the face. So we’re, going to keep that lever completely intact here, all right now the checkpoints you want to be looking for look at this here when we get to almost this position here.

The club face look is parallel with my spine angle. I haven’t rotated it at all. As you take the club back further, you & # 39. Ll then see it’s completely in line with my foot. These are kind of simple checkpoints, but they are checkpoints.

They’re checkpoints in time. What we’re, not trying to do. I’m, not trying to achieve this line without, which is what i see with so many people. When you try and achieve this line, people start to slide towards it.

They start to tilt towards it. This line is just a snapshot in time. The golf swing is an arc as we’re moving it back to here. Look, it is a line, but just a microsecond later it’s off that line, and it’s working up here.

So remember that very, very important. So here’s, the first exercise we want to try and work on for now managing the face, and the mass here’s. What we’re going to do, we’re, going to drop. We’re, going to get a little kink.

Look in this lead arm. Here i’m, going to literally drop it most people when they’re, throwing the mass away the handle gets very, very high. So we’re going to push this handle down, get a little kink here.

Push the handle down now from here. What we’re going to do is just with your lead down. Just simply, keep your butt end very close to your trail leg as you move, this coordinate and motion away with just one hand.

Now i’ve, put a tpeg in just as a guide here you could do this as well just moving the club backwards and forward just with your right hand. After you & # 39, ve done this once or twice bring your trail hand in make some measurement motions right.

You could do this this way around or you could do it. The other way around you could take your trail hand. You could simply look at this. Move the club away. Look, i & # 39. Ve got my checkpoint here.

Everything is parallel with my spine. I haven’t rolled the wrist in any shape or form. I’ve literally worked it away as one unit and then what i can do, look do that once or twice and then bring my lead hand in once.

I’ve got a rhythm of this, take it to the top and then away we go. Let & # 39. S have a look at simply that in action. So i might do a few of these just kind of get the sensation. One two put my right hand in here: get a feel for this and then away we go.

This is drill number one, so nice and simple shot it’s pretty straight a bit long, but not too bad okay. So we could just simply do that simple exercise. Okay, now there’s. One thing i’ve got two more drills there’s; one thing that can get in the way of this and it’s.

A misconception in the way you move your body now a lot of people who i see do this misinterpret the word turn often we’re, trying to turn in a golf swing and watch this. The golfing really isn’t a turn.

It’s, a pivot when people try to turn they start to turn their shoulders. This leads shoulder, gets high, the right shoulder gets low and that throws the club behind it creates this type of action turn, and this is just slice yeah very inefficient.

Watch what really happens in golf golf is a pivot. It pivots it works in straight lines. It looks like i’m. Turning, i am, but it’s. Force is going in straight lines. My lead shoulder goes down. My trail.

Shoulder goes up, i aren’t. Turning, so much does that make sense. So look at this: it’s, a pivot yeah and i believe a pivot is different to a turn. Turning is this great? Maybe if you’re playing baseball, but in golf we’re going at golf ball here now.

This makes a big difference. Doesn’t it because if, if you’re trying to do this movement and in you’re, also trying to kind of turn it’s, you’re, almost almost certainly going to do this. So what we want to do now is imagine doing the same thing now, with a pivot, suddenly look.

The club is going to work more up in position versus around because you’re, seeing the club in a pivotal swing. Should i say in a pivot here now, so just even that alone doing these exercises here just start to imagine the club now watch this when i get to here.

Look if i see the club as a pivot, what’s going to happen? The club’s going to work up a bit more now as a poster watch around yeah, i’m working here. Look and then i’m, going to work it up as a pivot and then back down.

Let’s, have a look at this in action. Nice and simple should be nice, and straight looks like i’ve got a bit too much club yeah a little bit long, not too bad, though okay, so simple, take away backwards and forwards.

Now drill number two, because not everyone can feel the same drill. Sometimes you’ve got to change it up a little bit, so drill number two has exactly the same purpose, but you might prefer this one over that one.

So drill number two grab a line: misty old garden cane, whatever you want and same principles right, so you still imagine the entire golf swing as a pivot. If you want to learn more about this, i’ll put it in.

I’ll, put it in the description um here and in the icard above just on rotation. So all we’re going to do here. Look i’ve, put a cane on this side of my body and i’m, going to keep it attached to my body.

Okay, so look at this here i’m, simply making a swing. Look and all i’m doing is keeping that alignment stick attached to my body. If i allow my lever to activate it’s going to come out, it’s, nice and simple, so i’m keeping.

It attached get a feel for that again. Just do one one of them and then, from here from this position, i’m going to allow it to now from this it’ll. Come off my body, i’m, going to pivot up and hey presto.

Now we come back down again it’s, going to come back to my body. One here take away pivot up back down all right. Once i & # 39, ve got a feel of that nice and simple. I can just go repeat it once or twice you see.

People like justin thomas feel the guys doing this backwards and forwards. Let’s. Have another crack at this repeat it quickly and away we go so that is drill. Number two drill number three involves a little training edge.

You might not have one of these, but if you, if you haven & # 39, t got one of these definitely worth a uh. A pickup. I’ll, put a link in the description box below wherever you are in the world. Um really useful! Till a lot of people have who have had them think they’re just like warming up aids, but i i did at one stage, but this is a great great training tool tool, big lump of metal, a big lump of weight at the end.

If you start to swing this mass around, it just gives you immediate feedback. Remember the purpose of the backswing put the mass in a position that makes it easy to work very, very important. Watch this now, i’ll, put a link to another takeaway video, where i talk about the kink in the lead wrist in this top right corner, really worth a look, but what i’m going to do here is look.

I want to manage this mass, so what i do is the handle goes down to manage the mass up everything what the mass always wants to pull the hands up when the hands come up. It throws the club inside i’m, always feeling it as a force on the grip and pushing down holding the mass up in the air watch this.

So, as i take the club back away nice and simply i’m managing the mass going back here, i’m, not allowing the mass to be thrown around get feel for this don’t. Let the mass disappear up. Pivot it up, then, i can literally let rip on the way down put the club into position, and then you can give it a rip watch the difference here.

Don’t throw the mass around because as soon as threat throwing around this hamster to rotate and we’re in our position here backwards and forwards, watch the mass and then away. We go really great feeling this one.

So, in summary, three things we’ve done here. First thing: let’s, go for what we’re after checkpoints. Here, nice and simple, we’re. Taking the club away, we’re literally want to get club face parallel to spine.

We want a coordinated move away. You’ll, often feel that your lead hand here, your forearm is underneath and your right. On your trail hand, here is more on top. This is quite a nice feeling, as you take the clubber back, you’ll, see that the grip here is very, very close to your body.

These are check points that you want to be looking for. Certainly in your takeaway. How do you go about achieving them? Well, three. Drills drill, number one single arm: drills, just simply coordinating motion, keep the butt very close to your body here.

Working the club backwards and forwards then bring the trail hand in get a sense of what you’re doing once you’ve got that feeling simply just take the club away and away. We go okay, that’s. Drill number one: pretty good drill, number two use an alignment.

Stick all you’re, going to do drill number two same principles. Nothing really changes! All you’re. Doing here is this: you’re literally keeping that alignments that connected to the body all of the time going backwards and forwards.

It’s, the same principle: it’s, just a different feeling. You might prefer this get a feel for that. Keep it connected here, eventually clear. It will go once your hands pass about your trail leg. Once you’ve got that sensation, don’t waste.

No time get yourself set and again just hit away. Okay, so, and drill number three basically obviously involves actually before i go into drill number three remember with all this at the moment. Remember the rotation keep the pivot.

The overriding factor i see with people rolling their wrists and swinging around is their misinterpretation of the golf swing. It isn’t a turn. It’s a pivot. Yes, of course the guys are turning. It looks like a turn.

It is a bit of a turn, but how they achieve. That is, forces that are going straight back and straight through we are rolling lead shoulder, goes down right trail. Shoulder goes up, it’s. A pivot motion very, very important, get more details in this video in the top right hand corner so third and finally orange whip.

Just when you & # 39, ve got a big lump behind here. It just helps you start to swing that around it gets all wobbly the shaft. You react to it. Just get yourself set work, this club away, manage the mass and then from there just simply pivot to the top and then from here look just let rip get a feel for that.

It’s as simple as that go and enjoy now. You know if you know somebody else who has an interesting looking golf swing like you heard it is possibly coming from their takeaway, so go and share this video.

If you can, of course, look if you enjoy the training don’t, forget it’s, a free practice plan in the description box below give it a thumbs up, maybe share it with one of your friends, and if of course, you’re, not already subscribed to the channel, so i can give you some more content like this next week, but until next week have a great golfing week.

 

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